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Is there any way (perhaps some target switch?) to place a Google Chrome shortcut in my quick launch tray and have it open in incognito mode?

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Create a shortcut to Chrome, in the Properties window add -incognito to the Target box.

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should be -- not - (double dash, not a single dash), no? –  hasenj Jul 20 '09 at 16:03
    
@hansen: I just tried it. I will work either way. –  Dan Walker Jul 20 '09 at 16:20

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